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NY Pro Net Offers a Space for Community Building and More

Community network for all JoC adults for personal, professional, and spiritual growth. Whoever you are, whatever stage your career is at, this is for you!; Proudly supported by the UJA Federation New York

The JoCI NY Pro Network helps you build a community in the NY area so you can grow personally, professionally, and spiritually among a caring and energized group of Jews of Color. In addition to mingling and enjoying refreshments, NY Pro Net gatherings include semi-structured conversations led by excellent JoC guest speakers and facilitators. 

There are no requirements for your past or current professional experience—whatever stage you’re at, we’d love to have you! 

All JoC ProNet events are for folks 21+.

The first NY Pro Net gathering of the season, “Forward Motion: Building Our Best Year Yet,” takes place on Thursday, May 30th, 6-8pm ET. Visit or click the button at the bottom of this page to register now!



Frequently Asked Questions

What happens at these sessions? 

Teaching, learning, community sharing and building, personal and professional development, all over a delicious dinner together


Do I have to work at a Jewish organization to participate?

No, there is no job requirement whatsoever for you to participate!


Who can come to events?

The NYC JoC Professional Network is intended to be an affinity space for those who self-identify as Jews of Color. Since some events will include alcoholic beverages, all participants must be 21+.


I’m not working right now, is this still a space for me?

Absolutely. Whatever stage you’re at in your career, we’re excited to have you.


Can I bring a friend?

We’re eager to welcome anyone who feels that an affinity space for Jews of Color would be the right fit for them.


Click the button below to register for our May 30th event!


The NY Professional Network is made possibly by the generous support of the UJA-Federation, New York.

Date Posted

May 2024


Jews of Color Initiative